PALM COAST, Fla., May 14, 2019 — On May 8, AdventHealth Palm Coast’s medical executive committee awarded four local graduating high school students with $750 scholarships, totaling $3,000.
This year’s recipients were Flagler Palm Coast High School students Keilee Gocking, Marianne Trecki and Prosperity Wright, as well as Matanzas High School student Taylor Phillips.
AdventHealth Palm Coast’s medical executive committee has provided scholarships to students at Flagler Palm Coast High School and Matanzas High School since 2004. Graduating seniors complete an application and the winners are chosen from various criteria, including class rank, SAT and ACT scores, extra-curricular activities and an interest in pursuing medical field-related studies.
About AdventHealth Palm Coast
AdventHealth Palm Coast has 99-beds and is one of the six hospitals in Flagler, Lake and Volusia counties that composes the AdventHealth Central Florida Division - North Region. Formerly known as Florida Hospital Flagler, the organization’s parent company changed the name of all wholly-owned entities to AdventHealth on Jan. 2, 2019. Based in Altamonte Springs, AdventHealth is a connected system of care. With more than 80,000 team members, AdventHealth is one of the nation’s largest faith-based health care systems with nearly 50 hospitals and hundreds of care sites in nearly a dozen states. With the mission of Extending the Healing Ministry of Christ, AdventHealth Palm Coast provides whole person care to heal the body, mind and spirit. For more information about AdventHealth Palm Coast, visit http://AdventHealthPalmCoast.com.
On May 8, AdventHealth Palm Coast’s medical executive committee awarded four local graduating high school students with $750 scholarships, totaling $3,000. Pictured from left to right: gynecologist Dr. Steven Brown, plastic surgeon Dr. Richard Cashio, Marianne Trecki, general surgeon and chief of staff Dr. John Cascone, emergency medicine physician Dr. Paul Mucciolo, Taylor Phillips, pathologist Dr. Jim Roberts, urologist Dr. Terrance Regan, orthopedic surgeon Dr. Dennis Alter, and intensivist Dr. Gilles Chemtob. Not pictured: students Prosperity Wright and Keilee Gocking.